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5 hidden facts about The Queen: Charlotte Flair

Anne Joseph
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If you are gonna do it, do it with flair!
If you are gonna do it, do it with flair!

Ashley Elizabeth Fliehr, who is commonly known as Charlotte Flair, is one of the leading women of the Women's division in WWE. She is a seven-time women's champion and is also a critically acclaimed wrestler.

Charlotte has the capability to put up an amazing match with any individual who steps in the ring with her. Also, her gimmick is accepted widely by the WWE Universe. It might be unbelievable to hear that Charlotte started wrestling only in 2012 and had no prior experience in wrestling.

Ric Flair is one of the most efficient wrestlers WWE has ever produced. Charlotte has taken his legacy forward, and she is considered a wrestling prodigy. She had aligned herself with her father, 'The Nature Boy' for quite some time, but later she chose to part ways with him.

Currently, she is feuding against Becky Lynch, and her Triple Threat Match against the latter and Asuka at TLC is awaited by many. We know quite a lot about Ric Flair, but how much do we know about his equally talented daughter? Let's take a step inside her life and explore some little-known facts about 'The Queen'.

#5 Ric Flair pushed her into sports at an early age

Ric Flair was on top of his game when Charlotte was young. He would obviously want his children to follow his footsteps. Maybe sports and athletics were in her blood. She started playing volleyball in school, and she was a standout star from high school until college.

She was so good at volleyball that she earned a sports scholarship at Appalachian State University, where she became a certified physical trainer after she received her degree.

Ric Flair claims that he took his daughter to sporting events since she was four years old. He admitted that he always pushed his daughter to participate and win the games and he stepped back and enjoyed her successes. Charlotte also participated in collegiate gymnastics and basketball, and she fared exceptionally well in all three sports.

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